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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, September 16, 1909, Image 2

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Ctaamen who sat on the platform
r"i stamped when Bryan aaid some-
If tie price of hogs keep on climb
Izj a pork chop or sausage will soon
t si costly as ' West India turtle
Texas Is not the only state in which
the Democrats are divided on the
tariff Issue. In Virginia there is
dancer that the factional fight In the
party will result In the election of a
Republican governor.
Cone -uiKD was on the platform
wiea Eryaa spoke In Dallas and It
is said that his smile extended from
ear to ear.
' A minister of a Calvanlsllc church
has no right to preach Arnilnianlsm,
and vice versa. It Is Just as un
reasonable for a Democrat to advo
cate protecctlon. '
The next gale that sweeps from
the north will trlng to our ears the
clash of resounding arms. Bailey
will reply to Bryan in Dallas next
Saturday. N
As The Eagle has heretofore said.
the Democratic party since the war
has number! In its rsnks and admit
ted to Its councils many men who
are not and never have been Demo
crats. It seems now that the time
has come for separating the sheep
from the goata.
f it.- r ,-.
We solicit your needs on the
strength of our havinz a most
complete stock of Horse Med
icines and veterinary snpplies,
such as
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A PROPOSITION.
The Erglo baa .'rom the flist boon
opposed to the doctrine that a ser
vant of tho pecplo has a right tc ac
cept employment or favors from a
public service corporation or trust
wtoae Interests ore antagonistic to
the Interests of the pe-r:i. , More
over, the political editor of The Eagle
believes that protect Ionium In any
snap, form or fashion Is Inconsistent
with one of the fundamental princi
ples of Democracy. With these con
victions It Is Impossible for The Eagle
to support Senator Bailey In his con
tentions; on the cocnlrary. to oppos
hlra Is a patriotic duty.
But the editor of this department
sincerely desires to be fair to those
who disagree with blm. With this
object be proposed to our associate.
Mr. A. J. Buchanan, a Bailey man,
that each of the two editors of The
Eagle ahould discuss his side of the
questions at Issue over his own Ini
tials, becoming thereby personally re
sponsible for what waa said.
Mr. . Buchanan declined on the
ground that his time is so fully oc
cupied by his duties as, local editor
that he would be at a disadvantage,
which la tnw.
i The offer made to Mr. Buchanan Is
hereby extended to any partisan of
Senator Bailey, provided that the dis
cussion .must be limited to principles
and policies and that offensive per
sonalltlea must be excluded. "Come
and let us reason together."
There are Bailey men who are not
open to conviction but will accept
without question whatever their idol
says. There are Bryan men equally
unreasonable in their dovotlon to their
leader. But the great majority of
Texas Democrats belong to neither of
thcM classes and will exercise Jhe
glorious American privilege of think
ing and acting fr themselves. Such
of these as believe in the principle
of protection wi:l doubtless sustain
Senator Bailey In his contention, while
all who oppose . protectionism In
every shape, form or fashion will side
with Bryan
Yesterday at Fort Worth, the exe
cutive committee of the Texas Cat
tle Raiscra' Association elected .the
A and M. college an honorary mem
ber of the association. Thla action
Is not simply a graceful compliment
to A. and M.; it gives the livestock
department of the college all the prlv
Ih-ges of the largest organization of
cattle raisers In the world and fully
commits the association to the sup-
lort of the college.
In the redland districts of East Tex
as wheat growing is to be one of the
forms of diversification. A roller
mill Is to be built on condition that
the farmers guarantee the acresge.
In Psnola county. 300 acres have al
ready been prepared for seeding. Tex
as is now he third in wheat produc
tion and In a few years will be first
among the atates. The redtands of
Brazos county would grow good wheat.
The number of voters who have
time to study tariff schedules and
come to a conclusion as to the Justice
of taxing or admitting free certain
classes of Imports, is limited. But
every person of average Intelligence,
can understand that the effect of Im
posing a tariff on any article is to
make the price higher.
LOST.
Letter addressed to Miss Llnmore
Nail, with "Uvalde Drug Co" printed
In corner of envelop. Finder please
return to R. M. NslL 212
FOR SALE.
The lot be'ween Mrs. Proctor's and
Mr. Bethany near Christian church.
Apply to Mrs. Proctor. 247
R ,hn 6 17
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P&Mcms Airtwii
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Mrs. Chambers' Lessons ap
pear every month in The De
llneaior. They are written
by one of New York's most
successful dressmakers, and
step by step in a simple and
easy way teach you the correct
construction of all kinds of
garments. Each step is plainly
illustrated, making every move
ment clear. With their assist
ance any one who can sew may
become a successful dressmaker.
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Co. of New York has had a
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where the French edition of the
Delineator and Buttericl: Pat
terns are sold.. ,The sales for
1909 are one-lwlf terger
than the sales for 1908.
The verdict for America, is the same.
The
Finest
Selection
cf new
Fall
Styles
is Heady in
KrVy mar Wry
j " -sa skV
ierick Fashions
But
Fall Issue
.Yce 25c, Including
One Fred PaMrh
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style, eiccihnt taste, and real simplicity. This
book settles conclusively every question, of
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We are showing the
swellest line of
Tailored
sums
ever exhibited in this town.
The new long coat, big but
tons, in all the new fall
shades.
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We have a big line of
Ladles
StURTS
in the new fall shades of
Grey, the Rose shades, the
Caubas, the Green, Navy
and BiacL They are made
with full plaited rew, long
yoke of Morgan Age style.
Ozr Dressy
One-Piefe
SUITS
in Silks and Wools also
claim your attention.
We want every mother to
see out line of Children's
Wash Dresses.
To inure a perfect figure
buy the
Royal 7crcestzr
Corset
New, extreme long models
$1.00 to $3X3
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